From a great weekend funeral home pick! 1940’s coffin from Chatsworth, Ontario. Complete with a whack of little holes on the edges where it was nailed or screwed shut. Seems excessive, like they REALLY wanted to be sure it wasn’t ...Add to cart
Late 18th Century blown in a leather mold with incredible seam and whittle marks. Laid on collar ring and lip is cut and polished.
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|PLACE OF ORIGIN:||United States|
|DATE OF MANUFACTURE:||Circa 1790|
|PERIOD:||Late 18th Century|
|CONDITION:||Good. Small chip on lip and single burst bubble. Please see pictures..|
|WEAR:||Wear consistent with age and use|
|HEIGHT:||18 in. (46 cm)|
|WIDTH:||17 in. (43 cm)|
|DEPTH:||9 in. (23 cm)|